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Marijuana Science: Do US Pot Laws Make Sense, Scientifically Speaking?
America's war on drugs seems to be in disarray, with federal and state laws governing the use of illicit substances increasingly at odds--especially when it comes to marijuana. Federal law has long classified marijuana as a Schedule I controlled ...
'Medical' Marijuana: 10 Health Benefits That Legitimize Legalization
"The prime motivation behind any drug company is to make money, and as much money as possible. In the case of a synthetic compound, if it's only an ingredient from the cannabis, they can formulate that as a drug and make a lot more money off of it.".
Does Marijuana Use by Teens Really Cause a Drop in IQ?
Heavy marijuana use is associated with cognitive decline in about 5% of teens, according to a new study, which suggests that the heaviest users could lose 8 IQ points.
STUDY: Cannabis Is More Damaging To Young People Than Adults  Business Insider
Teen Pot Users Risk Long-Term IQ Drop, Study Says  Huffington Post
Italian Police Discover Enormous Cannabis Farm In Abandoned Subway Station
Italian police have confiscated 340 kilos (750 pounds) of cannabis being grown in abandoned subway tunnel in Rome, Reuters reports.
Coming soon: Pot chewing gum?
Medical Marijuana Inc., the first publicly held company (MJNA) devoted to cannabis, is positioning itself as the leading corporate innovator in the burgeoning cannabis product marketplace. The alliance with Can Chew is one of five strategic ...
Public art sculpture intended to reflect the purpose of new crime lab
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More African immigrants call Alaska their permanent home
Thirteen-year-old, Nyajuok Kueth, of South Sudan, is crowned Miss Africa Alaska, Saturday, August, 4, 2012, at the Northway Mall. The pageant hosted by Motherland in Me, Inc. was the first "all-African event" in the state bringing together a growing ...
Child labor: Small hands legally picking our food
Aiello and his family have owned and run Uesugi Farms Inc. for decades, growing chilies, pumpkins, Napa cabbage and other vegetables.
Derek Peterson, Terra Tech Founder, Ditched Wall Street For Marijuana Business
Besides selling hydroponic trailers for $30,000 to $80,000, his company makes hydroponic equipment, acquiring smaller retailers and creating new technology, including an iPhone app that allows growers to monitor crops remotely.
An American Olympian Has Been Disqualified After A Positive Drug Test
American judoka Nick Delpopo was disqualified from the Olympics today after a drug test he took on July 30th came back positive for cannabis use, according to the Daily Mail. Delpopo had already competed in the men's 73-kilogram division judo event ...